Jordi is a senior researcher at Estación Biológica Doñana, a research institute of the Spanish Research Council (CSIC) centered around studies of the mechanisms that generate, maintain and contribute to loss of biodiversity. His collaborations focus on identifying the consequences of wintering in Europe or traveling to Western Africa for the survival, breeding success and fitness of Dutch Black-tailed Godwits. Jordi is also head of a research team at CIBER ESP, a biomedical research institute focusing on epidemiology and public health. His research focusses on the interplay between behavioural, evolutionary and population ecology. Jordi combines comparative analyses, with long term monitoring and field experiments to respond to a wide range of questions related to the conservation of biodiversity, the evolution of life-history and ecological interactions.